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Aug 17, 2009 9:00am EDT
they tend to move them around because they fear a pre-emptive attack from india. so they move these weapons around and if there were an insider to help the terrorists get ahold of one of these weapons while in transit that's a definite problem but again the problem is inside not blasting their way in to a nuclear base. >> talking about those who might be blasting their way in, the president said he is confident the u.s. could make sure the arsenal is secure because the army recognizes the hazards of weapons falling in 0 the wrong hands be you have if people inside, who are muslims or supporters of taliban isn't that a problem with some in the military they could be supportive of the terrorists as well? >> sure. we don't expect the president to say anything else. we won't say he is worried an the security of the weapons or where they are. we are worried about religious penetration of the lab and its work force. that's the big worry. the point i made in my column today, no number of predator drones can find the secret agents inside of there. technology has its limits and what we need are good
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